Ivana Trump, an oversized figure and the first of Donald Trump’s three wives, died earlier this month at the age of 73.
Overseeing the interior design of the Trump Organization, the glamorous fixtures of the 1980s brought a flamboyant style to places such as Trump Tower and the Plaza Hotel.
According to The Guardian, “If something was adorned with gold or embellished with damask, it was,” was her motto. rice field.
After a highly publicized divorce in 1992, the businesswoman launched her popular clothing and jewelry lines on the Home Shopping Network and QVC.
Her golden touches continued after her death, with a legacy of luxury real estate. We offer tours of swanky properties owned by the mothers of Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump.
While married, Ivana and Donald enjoyed a weekend retreat in Tonytown in Greenwich, Connecticut.
They purchased the waterfront property for $4 million in 1982.
Ivana kept this residence when the couple divorced. In 1998, she sold it for her $15 million.
The 20,000-square-foot, eight-bedroom mansion on nearly six acres returned to the market in 2018 for $45 million. At the time, it was the most expensive house in Greenwich. It was relisted in 2019 at $38.5 million and was reduced to $32 million the following year. There is no record of the house being sold.
The seller renovated the house, specifically removing the gold leaf Ivana added to the Georgian Colonial. We also added an indoor pool, a guest house and a tennis court.
Luxurious facilities also include a miniature golf course, outdoor pool, deep-sea dock, three-story rotunda, and home theater.
New York City, New York
After their divorce, Ivana paid $2.5 million in 1992 to purchase a stunning townhouse. upper east side where she raised her children.
Naturally, she gave the turn-of-the-century property her design sensibility. This included gilded decorations, chandeliers and murals. The floor plan includes a formal dining room, living room and gym.
The interior space also includes a “leopard room” with animal print decorations. A spiral staircase extends to all seven levels of the home.
Ivana has lived in the house for over 30 years and was found under the stairs after reportedly suffering from cardiac arrest.
In 2004, she gave the show Extras a tour of her residence.
palm beach, florida
Shortly after the divorce, Ivana acquired a Spanish-Mediterranean-inspired mansion in the posh South Florida location favored by the Trump family.
It’s about half a mile from Mar-a-Lago where Donald lives.
Ivana’s penchant for Florida real estate appears to have been a profitable one.
She purchased her Palm Beach home in 1994 for $4.4 million. This home she listed in February 2014 for $18.9 million, then later that summer she sold for $16.6 million.
The buyer renovated the 1920s mansion and sold it for a whopping $73 million in May of this year.
The 9 bedroom, 11 bathroom home offers 12,352 square feet of living space on 1 acre of land. Includes seaside land across the street, connected by an underground tunnel. The Addison Mizner-designed home was given groundbreaking status in 1990.
Ivana also owned a smaller Palm Beach spread, which he acquired in 1999 for $1.85 million. She apparently renovated her 5-bedroom home, but she never moved. Instead, she sold it in 2004 for $2.55 million. The 3,700-square-foot site included a separate guest house, pools, fountains, and gardens.
Miami Beach and Beyond
Ivana acquired Pied a Tale in Miami Beach in 2009 for $635,000. The one-bedroom, 1.5-bath condo has views of downtown, and residents of the building have access to the pool and beach club.
She is also said to have owned homes in London and Saint-Tropez in the south of France.